In this blog post, I’m going to review Kajabi.
I’m a digital marketer and a course creator with a solid background in instructional design.
I’ve used almost all the LMS and marketing platforms out there.
Now, let’s talk about Kajabi. You’ve probably heard about its premium price tag and might be wondering, “Is it really worth it?”
I had the same question, and that’s what led me to dive deep into this platform years ago.
In this Kajabi review, we won’t be comparing it much with Teachable or Podia (unless I specifically mention it later on). Instead, we’ll focus on Kajabi itself, exploring its features, benefits, and whether it’s the right fit for you.
|Transaction fee💸||0% (on all plans)|
|Pricing starts at 💰||$149/mo|
|What I can sell with Kajabi?||Courses, Coachings, Podcasts, Memberships, Communities, Digital downloads|
|OTOs 🎁||Upsells and Order bumps|
|Mobile app 📱||✓ Available for both iOS and Android|
Quick overview 💫
Kajabi is an advanced online course creation platform best suited for course creators and marketers who need powerful marketing features.
With Kajabi you can sell not only the courses but also coachings, memberships, communities, podcasts, and other digital products.
Kajabi’s advanced marketing features like its sales funnels (OVO pipelines), email marketing, and automations help you take your marketing to the next level.
It also has a mobile app which is a big plus ✨if most of your audience is mobile users.
👍 What I like about Kajabi?
- All-in-one platform: Kajabi allows you to create courses, coachings, communities, manage email marketing, automation, all in one platform, thus saving you huge money on multiple apps, especially email marketing, your webinar hosting platform, and also web hosts.
- Funnels: Kajabi supports funnels. There are various OVO funnel templates available (for example – Zoom webinar OVO, product launch OVO, sales page OVO, etc).
- Automation: With Kajabi’s automations, you can automate the offers purchase, course/membership post-completion, assessment completion, etc. The advanced automations (which come with a conditional filter) further help you narrow down the automation actions.
- Mobile app: Kajabi has a mobile app for both iOS and Android. The students can consume the courses, access the community, take the assessments, and much more. You can also send push notifications (these have higher open rates than emails) to stay connected with them.
- Built-in assessments: Kajabi comes with built-in assessments. You can create graded assessments and automate the completion of the assessments. You can also use assessments to create quizzes and surveys.
- Powerful theme builder: Kajabi’s theme builder is very powerful. It offers various themes to design your website and the courses. You can also custom code the theme if you are on its Pro plan that costs $399/mo (with this you will get access to its code editor).
- Email marketing: Kajabi’s email marketing is very powerful. It provides various email templates and you can create your own templates as well. Also, you can automate the email sequences by triggers and actions. Unlike ClickFunnels’ or Kartra’s, you actually end up using Kajabi emails.
- Affiliate program: Kajabi’s affiliate program is very feature-rich. You can offer special commissions to your affiliates. But it doesn’t offer multiple commission tiers, unlike tools like Kartra.
👎 What I don’t like about Kajabi?
- Steep pricing curve: The lowest plan starts at $149/mo, and it limits to only 3 products and 3 pipelines. None of its plans support unlimited products.
- Can’t sell physical products: But you can make use of their Shopify integration.
- Limited integrations: As it is an all-in-one platform with all features that you’d ever ask for, it has limited integrations with only high-quality products.
- No free plan
Upfront bottom line ✨:
If you’re looking for an all-in-one platform that enables you to sell your courses, memberships, communities, and host your website, as well as do email marketing with an advanced automation engine, Kajabi is the way to go.
Unlike other all-in-one platforms like say Podia, Kajabi offers a great depth to the features helping you replace even various specialist tools.
- Kajabi’s website builder is really impressive and feature-rich, which means you won’t have to bother with using WordPress or any other page website builders.
- With Kajabi’s powerful email marketing software, you won’t have to worry about using another email marketing tool like ConvertKit. Everything is integrated seamlessly.
- It has built-in calendar scheduling functionality. This means you can say goodbye to your Calendly subscription and save some extra bucks.
- Kajabi Events is another feature that makes this platform stand out. It allows you to host events and one-to-one coaching calls without needing Zoom or Demio for webinar capabilities.
- Kajabi comes with a really powerful communities feature, so that you don’t need to again, invest in Mighty Networks or Circle.so.
- Additionally, you can save money on your Zapier subscriptions, as Kajabi provides a lot of automation options.
I won’t go on and on about the costs of all the apps that Kajabi can replace. You can do the math.
Essentially, Kajabi is an all-in-one platform with dozens of features that integrate well with each other, which can lead to emergence new use cases. If you have a really good creative idea to automate something and maximize your profits and you’re not tech-savvy, you can easily implement it in Kajabi without worrying about the technicalities.
It’s a marketing workflow building platform for your expert business! You have the tools to build your own workflows for your own unique needs rather than getting bogged by the restrictions that some other SaaS platforms impose on you.
When you first log into Kajabi, you’re greeted with a sneak peek of your performance over the last 30 days, showing you key performance indicators such as the number of opt-ins, sales made, and customer interactions.
On the sidebar, you’ll find all of Kajabi’s features neatly categorized into sections like product, sales, website, marketing, content (a mini CRM), and analytics.
The interface is minimalistic and intuitive.
If you’re a marketing pro like me, you’ll appreciate how Kajabi packs so much power into such a clean design.
And to make your job even easier, there’s a search functionality, previously known as Kajabi Assistant.
With just a few clicks, you can jump to any specific section within the Kajabi app platform or browse their help documents to quickly get started.
Kajabi’s interface isn’t just about aesthetics; it’s about speed of implementation and launching your products. It’s designed with you in mind, helping you navigate the vast array of features with ease and efficiency.
Being an all-in-one platform, Kajabi supports the following product types that tightly integrate with each other, with automation on top of it:
- Courses: Kajabi offers robust course creation functionality. It comes with really in-depth student-level goals, engagement analytics, and heat maps to understand what parts of your videos are students watching the most, similar to that of retention graphs in YouTube analytics.
- Community: Kajabi’s built-in community feature lets you engage with students and subscribers, by offering gamification features like challenges, badges, points, leaderboards, etc.
- Coaching platform: Kajabi provides a coaching platform for interactive sessions, you can host single coaching sessions and sell the package.
- Podcast creator: With Kajabi’s podcast creator, you can start and grow a podcast within the tool and integrate your podcast content into your Kajabi website. Also it comes with podcast distribution where it automatically publishes your podcast content to all major platforms like Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, etc.
When you want to create a new course, you can simply click on the “New Product” button, select “Course” as the product type, and get started.
You need to provide the title and a brief description, then click “Continue”.
Now it takes a while for it to generate a landing page and a placeholder curriculum for you to get started.
In the next section, we will dive into the specific aspects of course creation.
Course structuring and uploading
Here you can see I have a new course called BloggingX Pro.
First things first, I needed to create a curriculum for this course. So, I headed over to the outline section, and guess what? Kajabi offers various levels of organization for courses, including modules, sub-modules, and lessons or quizzes.
Plus, Kajabi’s allows you to include recurring live sessions or events right inside your curriculum (recent feature). This will increase your webinar showup rate for sure.
I love the sub-module functionality. Whether you’re uploading two to three-minute short videos or more extensive content, Kajabi doesn’t disappoint. And the ability to upload multiple files (up to 20 videos at once!) from your device or cloud hosting solutions like Dropbox or Google Drive? Simply amazing.
Kajabi hosts these videos on Wistia, and when you create a new lesson in a specific module, you can add a media file, video description, transcript processed by AI, and any relevant downloads.
But wait, there’s more! You can set up automations to trigger actions when a student completes a lesson.
Another example would be that you can have a lesson meant to upsell students to level 2 of the training program.
Once they complete it, you can send them a single-use coupon or automatically register them for any event hosted in Kajabi.
You don’t need to hook it up with Zapier or any integration platforms and worry about the technicalities.
AI course creator
And if you’re looking for magic, try Kajabi’s AI course generator.
Just explain your topic, like “sleep hacking for digital entrepreneurs,” and Kajabi will create the course structure for you.
Isn’t that impressive?
Content delivery and compliance
Similar to other LMS tools, Kajabi also supports drip scheduling 💧. You can drip schedule the categories and the subcategories by the number of days.
Note that there are no options to drip schedule the categories based on the enrollment date, course start date, or specific dates unlike Thinkific or Teachable.
You can send automatic email notifications when the drip content becomes available to your students.
As a part of course compliance, Kajabi also comes with content locking feature.
You can lock a specific module or sub-module and only allow people to unlock it once they have completed another lesson or assessment (such as passing a quiz with a passing grade).
Kajabi comes with graded assessments and content locking 🔓 features. You can lock any category or sub-category until any previous modules are completed.
With these compliance options, you can essentially enforce the students to consume the course in a particular order for maximizing their learning experience. You can nudge them in the right direction to consume the course as the way you intended.
Also Kajabi recently introduced course completion certificates.
Currently, there is a default template available for it, which can be customized as needed.
When a course is completed, you can send an email notification with a link to download the certificate.
Alternatively, you also have the automation “Action” you can trigger.
When it comes to course customization, Kajabi really shines. With 7+ templates designed to enhance the student experience, you can create a course that not only educates but also engages.
Two of my favorite templates are the Momentum template and the Gamify Lite template. Let’s take a closer look at what makes them stand out:
- Momentum Template: This template comes with a sidebar on the left, allowing students to easily browse the course curriculum. It’s like having a table of contents always at your fingertips. I love this design because it makes navigation a breeze.
- Gamify Lite Template: Want to make learning fun? The Gamify Lite template offers gamification options, letting you combine Kajabi automations with badges and other incentives. It’s a great way to boost student engagement, retention, and course completion rates.
But that’s not all. When you select a template, you’re not just stuck with a static design.
You can dive into the custom code if you’re a developer, or use the visual course page builder to add, reorder, and edit various sections.
I appreciate how Kajabi allows us to customize the actual course page where students will be consuming the courses. Unlike other platforms, Kajabi offers flexibility without compromising ease of use.
Here, you can see that you have a decent number of sections that you can include on your course page to really enhance the student experience.
When you are designing the course pages, you can customize each block.
You can even add course page-specific blocks like an instructor, course progress, cross-sells, or custom block (to add any custom messages or embed your external community, promotional offers, booking calendar, etc).
Student frontend experience
The front-end student experience on Kajabi is largely determined by the template used for the course page layout. We are using the default template, which is the Premier course template.
You can see how it looks below.
On the front end, the course page looks very attractive and the interface is minimal without any distractions.
The students can view their profile, course progress, and also instructor details.
There are also options available to control the video speed and quality, shift to full-screen mode, view the course curriculum, etc.
Course engagement analytics
Kajabi gives you the student’s course progress reports to analyze how your students are learning and engaging with your courses.
The report shows the progress level for each of the members, the number of times they have logged in, the course start date, and the last login date.
Based on the Analytics, you can take certain actions like:
- If the students are not logged-in for a long time, you can send them reminder/follow-up emails.
- For those who have completed the course 100%,
- You can send them congrats email.
- Reward them by offering free access to your event or offering free courses, or send them coupons to buy other products, etc.
You can also analyze the reports based on the segmentation (like – the tags you added). This helps you target a small group of audience and understand their progress to take better actions.
When it comes to video stats, there is a retention graph available showing the engagement rate of the videos and where they are dropping. It also gives metrics like average engagement rate, total plays, play rate, etc.
Bottom line: I really liked the analytics Kajabi provides. The retention graphs and heatmaps are gamechanger. Using these reports you can create strategies to help more students complete your course. Apart from Kajabi, these features are only available with Teachable.
Kajabi allows you to offer one-off coaching sessions or multiple sessions as a package to develop deeper client relationships.
Previously, Kajabi only integrated with other apps like Calendly for booking and scheduling, but recently Kajabi has rolled out its native functionality for scheduling.
They have also introduced a new native live video feature, which eliminates the need for external integrations like Zoom.
Under the coaching package, you can create your own outline, similar to that of a course curriculum.
Then, under each session, you can include the agenda and relevant coaching resources for people to access easily.
Once you’ve created a coaching product in Settings, you can set available time slots for clients to book calls.
You have the option to customize the basic page settings (like coaching name, coach name, accent colors atc).
Additionally, you can include an upsell that displays a button for an offer upon completion of a session.
Kajabi has a dedicated community component. Previously, it just had a basic community with features, including topics, feeds, and posts.
After Kajabi’s recent acquisition of Vibely, users can build highly engaging communities and implement gamification without needing third-party tools such as Circle.so and Mighty Networks.
Once you create a community, you need to create various groups inside it.
These can also be called as access groups or the membership levels.
These access groups can correspond to different gamification levels in your community, such as silver level, gold level, diamond level, and even an inner circle.
For each of the groups, you need to set pricing.
It supports one-time payment, subscriptions, and also multiple payments.
Your Access Groups can include the following features:
- Circles: Encourage discussion within the group through a feed or chat feature.
- Challenges: Engage your community with activities, assignments, or check-ins.
- Meetups: Organize online or offline events with email and push reminders.
- Announcements: Broadcast important messages to your access group.
The main feature here is the Circle, which represents various topics or discussion themes within your community.
For example, in the screenshot below, I have created a Circle or channel called “Introduce Yourself”.
When creating a Circle, you have two layout options to choose from:
- Course feed: A forum-like feature where students can engage with each other and discuss course-related topics.
- Chat: A real-time messaging feature similar to Discord or Slack.
When you create a post in the community, you need to select the feed or the circle in which it will be posted. And people will be able to interact with your posts and even DM you.
After logging in to the community, your students will see three main tabs: Feeds, Challenges, and Meetups.
I appreciate how intuitively these tabs are set up.
- Feed: Allows people to interact with other community members in an organized way.
- Challenges: Takes care of accountability mechanisms and gamifies the entire process. It has has challenges, accomplishments, live meetups, points, badges, etc. Their acquisition of Vibely allowed them to roll out these features.
- Meetups: Lets you schedule meetings and meetups to develop deeper relationships with the community members.
It also comes with additional features like:
I really liked their new “Challenges” feature, which helps you elevate the accountability of your community. With this feature, you can create challenges for the access groups you have set in your Kajabi community.
Members of a specific group can easily view and participate in challenges that are applicable to them directly within the community.
They can also provide proof of their accomplishments by uploading images or even videos.
This challenges feature integrates seamlessly with other gamification features such as points, badges, and leaderboards.
Kajabi assigns points based on these set rules:
- ✅ Complete a challenge (100 points)
- 👏🏻 Your post is inspiring (1 pt)
- 🎉 You leave feedback/comment on a post (3 pt, 1 comment per post)
- ✨ When you’re inspired by someone’s post (1pt)
- 💚 Vote in a poll (1pt)
- 😎 First 5 messages sent (1pt each for 5 messages only)
- 😉 Someone likes your message (1pt each like)
They have really taken gamification to the next level. Community members have their own public facing profiles that feature their:
- Points earned
- Completed challenges
- Challenge progress
- And more
Bottom line: Overall, Kajabi’s community features really looks complete. Previously, you needed to make use of other platforms like Mighty Networks or Circle to add a community. But now, you can have everything in Kajabi with their marketing automation engine on top of it, which glues all the features that Kajabi has to offer together.
Design and customization 🎨
Kajabi offers 10+ course themes and site themes to design your courses and the website. The themes are very professional and have a modern look.
You can customize the themes as needed. Also, you can upload your own themes as well.
If you are on Kajabi’s highest plan at $399/mo, you will get access to its code editor. With this, you can custom code the themes as needed (great for developers & coders).
Using their page builder, you can design your website course pages, membership site, landing pages, checkout pages, forms, etc.
You can see I’m designing a homepage landing page for my Notion product.
To design the pages, there are over 40+ sections available.
Kajabi supports blogging unlike other platforms like Podia or Thinkific. You can customize the blog pages/posts. In the blog sidebar, you can add:
- Recent posts
- Sidebar search
- Social links (for promotion)
- Sidebar optin (to collect leads)
Bottom line: Kajabi’s page builder is a highly versatile tool that comes with over 40 blocks to design your pages. You can also add custom blocks to include any additional features you need. Unlike other platforms like Podia and Teachable, Kajabi allows you to build feature-rich websites within the platform, eliminating the need to use external platforms like WordPress for designing your website. You can even set up your own custom domain or subdomain.
Sales and marketing 💸
Offers, Checkouts, and OTOs
With Kajabi, you have a separate section called “Offers,” where you can create different offers and map them to different products.
You can map multiple products and implement product bundling as well. For example, if you want to sell multiple courses in bulk, you can create an offer that includes all the courses in that bundle and sell it at a discounted price.
When you scroll down on the offer creation page, you can customize what happens after someone buys your offer.
You can choose what emails they receive and set up automatic actions to happen.
For example, you can add them to an email sequence, register them for a webinar, or add a tag. Or if they cancel payment, send them a coupon code!
These automation features are all included in Kajabi, along with email marketing, so you don’t need to use other platforms like ConvertKit or Zapier, further saving you money.
Also, each offer comes with a built-in checkout page that you can edit. It doesn’t offer checkout templates though.
You can modify the page content, design (including button colors), essential form fields, and add custom fields that people may need to fill when checking out.
Additionally, you can add order bumps as profit maximizers when people are checking out your products.
When it comes to coupons, you can create both single and multi-use coupons. You can limit the coupon usage – once, repeating, or forever and add an expiry date for scarcity marketing.
For creating the bulk coupon codes, you need to specify the number of codes and Kajabi generates the codes automatically.
Kajabi has recently introduced a beta feature known as Kajabi Payments, which is currently available to customers in the US.
Unlike before, where Kajabi relied on integrations with Stripe and PayPal, this new system allows payouts to be made directly to your bank account.
It’s a significant step towards making the payment process more streamlined.
Receiving payouts with Kajabi Payments is simple.
You can view your current balance, the status, and the expected date of your next payout.
The payout schedule offers flexibility, allowing you to choose between daily, weekly, or monthly payouts.
However, it’s worth noting that there may be delays depending on your bank, and the initial payout may take longer.
Also, depending on the country you live in, Stripe and PayPal may not be supported for domestic transactions. In those cases, you may need to use country-specific payment gateways to integrate with Kajabi using Webhooks and Zapier. For example, in India, you can integrate Kajabi with Instamojo or Razorpay through Webhooks integration.
Kajabi has a powerful email marketing solution built in.
You can send email broadcasts or email sequences (series of emails).
The best thing is that Kajabi provides various email templates. You will get templates for –
- Cart abandonment
- Community connect requests
- Drip email notifications
- Assessment completion emails
- New community comments
- Much more
It also supports custom templates. You can create your own templates inside of Kajabi.
You will see the real power of Kajabi’s email marketing when you combine it with automation rules.
Kajabi email campaign automations
You can automate the email tasks like:
- An email sequence is sent, opened, or clicked
- You can trigger the actions like – grant an offer, register to an event, add a tag, and much more.
Bottom line: Kajabi’s email marketing is very advanced. It’s so feature-rich that you can discontinue your ConvertKit or ActiveCampaign subscriptions. But depending upon your Kajabi plan, there are limits for number of contacts you can have in your system.
Kajabi’s term “pipeline” is now referred to as “funnels.” There are pre-made funnel templates available for you to use.
Kajabi’s funnels consist of three elements: option-value-offer (OVO).
Some of the funnel templates offered by Kajabi include:
- Sales Page OVO
- Product Launch OVO
- Zoom Webinar OVO
- Free Book OVO
- Coaching Campaign OVO
- and more
You can customize these funnel templates and add or remove pages. The funnels are fully customizable.
Kajabi’s sales funnels come with built-in automation features that allow you to automate opt-in form submissions, email sequences, and offer delivery.
Also you can easily view the conversion rate, total revenue, and revenue per view, as well as conversion tracking for pages and email sequences right inside the funnel.
Bottom line: Kajabi’s pipelines help you convert more customers and increase sales. There are also various templates available for you to get started. You can add automations, and customize the pipelines as needed.
Kajabi affiliate program
Kajabi has a dedicated affiliate program and is available for its Growth and Pro plan users.
It has a feature-rich affiliate dashboard, with separate tabs for users, commission setup, share links for affiliates, view transactions, etc.
You can either accept the affiliate registrations manually or enable the automatic registrations. Similar to Kartra, you can have affiliate questionnaires to understand how good your affiliates are.
For affiliates to promote your products (offers), first, you need to set up the affiliate commissions under offers.
With Kajabi, you can offer special commissions to your top-performing affiliates, say, VIP affiliates. For this, you need to go to the user, there set the affiliate percentage you wish to offer.
For each affiliate, you will get the metrics on the clicks, form submissions, conversions, and the conversion rate they bought for you.
Under transactions, you can export the reports of all affiliates.
Bottom line: Kajabi’s affiliate program is feature-rich. You can offer affiliate-specific commissions (for VIP affiliates), but you can’t offer multiple commission tiers.
In Kajabi, you can set one-off automation rules, perform platform-wide actions based on various triggers.
In the example below, you can see when a particular offer is purchased. I can trigger any of these actions.
For example – WHEN your offer is purchased, THEN, you can:
- Send an email.
- Register for an event.
- Add a tag.
- Subscribe to the sequence.
If you are on the Growth or Pro plan, you will get access to advanced automations which have a conditional filter (only if condition) to further specify the rules.
Mobile apps 📱 (Learn on the go)
Kajabi has both iOS and Android apps. Using the mobile app, students can:
- Consume the courses.
- Take the assessments.
- Access the communities.
- Get push notifications.
- With the Kajabi app, you can play audio in the background. The Kajabi course continues to run and users can swipe away or lock their devices.
- Students can cast the videos to Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast.
- Now you can expand or collapse the categories, making it easier to navigate.
- A new favorites tab lets users view all of their favorite posts.
- The app has improved user experience with fast loading time.
When it comes to mobile app customization, you can add a logo and customize the app colors.
Bottom line: Kajabi’s mobile apps are very powerful. They support push notifications that have higher open rates. You can send reminder messages, new offers, discount notifications, and progress report messages, etc.
When it comes to integrations, Kajabi is very limited. It just has over 10+ native integrations.
Kajabi supports Zapier and Webhooks integration as well.
Bottom line: Kajabi’s native integrations are very less, compared to that of Thinkific. But no worries, you have Zapier and Webhooks integrations to connect with the services you need.
Pricing and support
Kajabi pricing and discount 🔖
Kajabi pricing is quite expensive. It doesn’t offer a free plan, unlike Teachable, Thinkific, or Podia.
For most people, the Growth plan would be ideal. It allows you to create up to 15 different products and has a limit of 25,000 contacts. This can help you save money on ConvertKit or MailerLite subscriptions.
If you choose the annual plans, you will get 20% OFF. This means you can save up to $960/year.
Bottom line: Even though Kajabi costs high, it is worth buying. Its marketing features and the other features it offers like emails, coaching, webinars eliminate the need for multiple tools and also need of Zapier integrations. Its pipelines, email marketing, mobile app, and affiliate program – all make it worth buying.
Kajabi provides live chat, webinars, and knowledgebase articles to help you. It also has Kajabi University, aimed at helping you create and build your online business on Kajabi!
Also, it has a Facebook community, where you can connect with other Kajabi users and get assisted by them.
Recently it has introduced “Kajabi Access”, where you can join 1-on-1 sessions and group calls hosted by Kajabi experts.
Kajabi vs Teachable
Teachable is a dedicated course creation platform that is highly affordable compared to Kajabi.
Unlike Kajabi, Teachable doesn’t come with advanced marketing features like funnels and automations.
From a very long time, Teachable was the only platform that came with inbuilt student-level analytics, video analytics, and heatmaps, but Kajabi has closed this gap as well.
In addition to this, since Teachable was acquired by Hotmart, their development has significantly slowed down. Furthermore, they recently increased their pricing, which has forced their legacy unlimited courses plan holders to either upgrade to a much higher plan or leave the platform.
Kajabi vs Thinkific
Thinkific’s main forte is courses, whereas Kajabi is an all-in-one digital product selling platform.
If you are an advanced marketer/course creator and want to take your business to the next level with funnels and automations, Kajabi is the way to go.
Kajabi vs Podia
Both Kajabi and Podia are great for selling courses and digital products such as webinars, memberships, communities, and digital downloads. Podia is an affordable solution and even has a forever free plan, similar to Thinkific. However, Kajabi is very expensive, with pricing starting at $149/month.
Although Podia is an all-in-one platform, it lacks depth in its offerings, whereas Kajabi is more feature-rich and well thought out. On the other hand, Podia embraces minimalism. For example, Podia’s website builder is pretty basic, and you end up also spending money on your web host.
Conclusion: Why choose Kajabi? 😇
Kajabi is for you if you are an advanced marketer or a course creator and you need excellent marketing features to sell your products.
Along with courses, with Kajabi you can also sell your other digital products.
ChooseKajabi if you need:
- Advanced course creation features (comparabl to Teachable).
- Excellent marketing automation features.
- Mobile app for your students to learn on the go.
- Advanced website building and theme customization features (access to its code editor).
- Feature-rich communities feature with gamification features (unheard of!)
I hope you found this blog post on Kajabi review helpful.